It is easy to inflate the importance of speeches made at party conferences. Particularly when those speeches are the last such set piece events before a general election. But they… Continue reading The post Once upon a time David Cameron had a story to tell; he needs to remember it and tell it again appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was interviewed last night by gay journalist Evan Davis, who grilled Cameron about his positions on "modernizing" issues. Via Gay Star News: Davis asked if he saw two recently married men kissing in a public park, would he consider it to be 'sweet' or 'mildly inappropriate'? 'No, that's fine. Show More Summary
On Tuesday 1 October 1985, the Labour Party won the 1997 general election. That was the day that Neil Kinnock finally cast aside the caution that had defined his leadership, and confronted head on the militants who were threatening to destroy his party. It took Labour another 12 years to finally complete its journey from [...]
David Cameron’s seven-day opening scheme for GPs sounds like an excellent idea for patients, but I’m not convinced it is. I’d be lying if I said that I wanted to… Continue reading The post Has Cameron actually considered the realities of his seven-day GP access scheme? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom -- The son of Conservative Party MP Sir Bill Cash has revealed as a new UKIP spokesperson today, on the eve of David Cameron’s speech to the Conservative Party conference. Cash senior has been a Tory MP for 30 years, and is a high profile draw to eurosceptic causes and events on the British political right. Show More Summary
It's Tuesday afternoon here in Birmingham - possibly where you are too - and you're probably wondering where David Cameron stands on fiscal devolution to Wales. The prime minister has given an interview to ITV Wales (ours was postponed...Show More Summary
BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom -- Considering that Tory conference opened on a UKIP defection from Member of Parliament Mark Reckless, the annual Conservative Party gathering hasn’t actually gone that badly for David Cameron’s party. The...Show More Summary
Alt Text: The Mole Tories also need to suck up to Ukippers – though Boris seems to have misheard the message Column The Mole Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 12:18pm David Cameron has defended plans to introduce 'Extremist Disruption Orders'...Show More Summary
The gossip here in Birmingham is there there is a third defector from the Tories to Ukip, that David Cameron knows his name and is not too bothered. But if that… Continue reading The post Is Richard Barnes the final UKIP defector? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Over 40 years since Britain committed to the metric system as part of its membership of the European Economic Community (EEC) Prime Minister David Cameron has said he'd prefer the country to abandon it. Asked by BBC Newsnight presenter...Show More Summary
Credits: John Minchillo-Pool/Getty Alt Text: David Cameron David Cameron tries to counter Labour's plan to focus its election campaign on the NHS One-Minute Read Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 8:50am Doctors' surgeries will open for up...Show More Summary
Today, David Cameron will pledge that if he’s re-elected he’ll give everyone access to a family doctor seven days a week. He will say:- “People need to be able to… Continue reading The post If David Cameron wants seven-day GP clinics, he’ll need radical NHS reform appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
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David Cameron photo via Flickr As UK Prime Minister David Cameron did the pre-Conservative Party conference media rounds on Sunday, he tried as hard as he could to draw attention away from yet another Conservative member of Parliament...Show More Summary
So Cameron has said, no. Nick Clegg has said no. And David Miliband has said no. In the meantime, Sinn Fein stayed well clear of last Thursday’s The View when Simon Hamilton dished the dirt on their avoidance of the question of a governmental budget which is crumbling: And after three days of ‘thinking’, John more...
The Conservative Party today promised that MPs will get a free vote on whether Britain should have a referendum on leaving the European Union in an effort to prevent further embarrassing defections of voters and MPs to the UK Independence Party (UKIP). Show More Summary
Delegates at the Tory Party Conference woke up this morning to some depressing headlines, not least this one in the Telegraph: "Labour will win 'comfortable' majority at general election, says Lord Ashcroft." Nevertheless, I think that Conservatives should not to feel too downbeat. Here's why: 1) The Labour Party, as led by Ed Miliband, isn't [...]
Back in February, Benefits Street star ‘White Dee’ promised to give David Cameron a ‘run for his money’. In her Spectator diary, she described how ‘Ladbrokes has made me 50-1… Continue reading The post White Dee: I might back Ukip instead of Labour appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Alt Text: The Mole Two of Cameron’s former aides raise question his leadership style after terrible start to conference Column The Mole Monday, September 29, 2014 - 10:32am David Cameron and the Tory high command have launched a search-and-destroy operation against would-be Ukip defectors after turncoat Mark Reckless jumped ship on Saturday. Show More Summary
David Cameron faces a major party rebellion over climate change, with Conservative funders giving money to climate denialists and calling for a party rethink on its policy of cutting greenhouse gas emissions. DeSMog UK has identified...Show More Summary